byAhmad ShahiriParsa, Netani Qalo Vuatalevu , Noor Farahain bt Mohd Amin , Mohammad Heydari
Flooding rivers have caused many human and financial losses. Hence, performing studies, investigations and subsequent actions are consistent with the nature of the river is necessary and inevitable. But the behavior of rivers has a lot of complexity and in this respect, computer models are efficient tool in order to study and simulate the behavior of rivers with the least possible cost. In this paper, one-dimensional model HEC-RAS was used to simulate the flood zoning in the Kota Tinggi... Topics: Computer modeling, floodplain zoning, MIKE11, HEC-RAS, GIS
The paper presents the effectiveness of theparametric integral equation system (PIES) in solving 3Dboundary problems defined by Navier-Lame equations on theexample of the polygonal boundary and in comparison withthe boundary element method (BEM). Analysis was performedusing the commercial software “BEASY” which bases on theBEM method, whilst in the case of PIES using an authorssoftware. On the basis of two examples the number of datanecessary to modeling of the boundary geometry, the... Topics: computer modeling, computer simulation, boundary problems, parametric integral equation system...
Given for UNC ENVR 400 seminar 12n 17 Mar 2010 (see http://www.unc.edu/~weinberg/400/archive/spring2010/). Ms Shankar is a PhD student in Environmental Sciences and Engineering at UNC Chapel Hill and a research associate in the UNC Institute for the Environment. Ambient air pollutants can damage the health of humans and their environment, including the climate system. To mitigate these harms we must identify the responsible atmospheric constituents, and understand their physical and chemical... Topics: spoken word, public health, pollutants, air pollution, environmental health, climate, climate...